Carl E. Olson of Envoy Encore posted this about an internet service that sends letter to loved ones after the Rapture.
The Rapture occurs, all five thousand of the “true believers” are taken to heaven, and the Tribulation begin in earnest. Being a Catholic and the follower of an apostate, pagan belief system, you are still on earth. You check your e-mail and receive the following from RaptureLetters.com:
This message has been sent to you by a friend or a relative who has recently disappeared along with millions and millions of people around the world.
The reason they chose to send you this letter is because they cared about you and would like you to know the truth about where they went.
This may come as a shock to you, but the one who sent you this has been taken up to heaven.
Now I wonder how they determine which employee has to be left behind to send out the emails? Or do they keep a heretic on staff or something? It would be quite embarrassing to not be raptured and for all of these people who received the email knowing your still around. What do you tell them, that you missed the rapture bus and are waiting for the next scheduled pickup? Of course the whole rapture idea is theological nonsense, but these people might be onto a good idea.
I think a good Catholic internet service would send daily purgatory reminders to your friends and relatives after you die.
Hi, I am still in purgatory and still awaiting for the beatific vision. Being expiated of your sins is not all that it is cracked up to be and I would like to move on.
Please pray for me today and I would be really happy if you could have a Mass said for the repose of my soul.
I am currently unable to pray for myself, but would be willing to pray for you.
In the event that I am no longer in Purgatory these prayers will automatically be forwarded to those in need of them.
“Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Most Precious Blood of Thy Divine Son, Jesus, in union with the masses said throughout the world today, for all the holy souls in Purgatory, for sinners everywhere, for sinners in the universal church, those in my own home and within my family. Amen.”